Bursaspor of Turkey midfielder, Mikel Ndubuisi Agu is heading for the club’s exit door, following a decision by the Turkish Super Lig side to release him at the end of this season.
Agu has been playing on loan at Bursaspor from FC Porto of Portugal, but the club, who also have fellow-Super Eagles stars, William Troost-Ekong and Shehu Abdullahi in their ranks, have opted against keeping the midfielder.
Consequently, Agu will be looking out for another club in the coming month, and hope to make Nigeria’s team to the World Cup, in order to catch many eyes and attract fat bargain i9n the summer transfer window.
On his arrival from Porto, Agu had been a regular starter for Bursaspor, but his fortunes changed with the departure of the manager that took him to the club, Paul Le Guen.
The 24-year-old Agu, who has also played for Vitoria Setubal of Portugal and Club Brugge of Belgium, has four international caps for Nigeria.
He has made 23 appearances for Bursaspor this season and has scored thrice, but was an unused substitute in their last three games.
That could be due to the fact that Bursaspor will not renew his contract, alongside six others – Ricardo Faty, Cristobal Jorquera, Pablo Batalla, Moussa Sow, Emmanuel Badu and Gheorghe Grozav.